The suffering of politicians is a good thing, Ayase. Rui has the right idea of things.ayase said:Jesus, Rui, you must really want politicians to suffer. Reading political posts on tumblr is almost enough give me an aneurysm - My politics might lean to the left but if there's anything that winds me up more than the hard right, it's the soft left. Someone check Lenin's mausoleum to see if the combined whiny insignificant first-world bollocks of tumblr has caused him to start rotating yet.Rui said:It's strange how few candidates have websites, or even Twitter/Tumblr
Funny you mention how Tumblr has affected your politics because for me; the right, more specifically the American style "libertarian" types (Guys like the Pauls, Glenn Beck, Koch Bros, UKIP, etc) who all congregate around Reddit, being a bunch of hypocrites who not only don't believe a single thing they support but will actively embrace acting, saying and doing what their "enemies" supposedly do, not to mention how they tend to throw around war rhetoric to each other like it's candy, probably made me go slightly further to the left and embrace Social Democracy.
As for Tumblr, unless you actively seek for them or you have one of those friends who won't stop talking about them, you won't normally see skeleton types on a Tumblr dashboard.
However, this isn't the "Reddit vs Tumblr" thread, meaning we have to discuss news.
*French parliament approves new surveillance rules
*German 'spying' prompts Austrian complaint
*US approves ferry service between Cuba and Florida